New Online Workshops coming soon!

Stress Management Workshops with Sal Jefferies

Created by Sal Jefferies, a yoga teacher, contemporary psychotherapist (PG Dip) and leadership coach who has been working in mind-body wellbeing and performance for over 10 years.

The workshops will run as set of 3 on a rolling basis that can be joined at any stage as they cycle through a set of content that works in any order. The objective is to learn stress management techniques that are accessible and applicable to anyone and the focus will be the impact caused by the pandemic. This is aimed at the general public and the sessions will run for 60 minutes. Each workshop opens with a piece of training that repeats each session so that at any session someone joins the course, they get the fundamental parts covered.

Dates for the course are: 29th January, 19th February and 19th March 2021 at 9.30 am. Places limited so book now!

Habit Change Workshop

Also run by Sal Jefferies, mentioned above, the Habit Change workshop will be a 90 minute session, where Sal has harmonised the excellent work of Charles Duhigg and James Clear who are experts in this field. Their work combined with Sal’s psychological training and experience can make habit change stick using easy to understand techniques which are also easy to apply.

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Sal teaches a simple model of how habit change works and uses exercises to help people create the psychological, emotional and practical conditions to make sustainable change.

The objective of this workshop is to show you that habits follow a pattern which can be used when making healthy life changes. It will also cover why willpower alone doesn’t work, how you ‘see yourself’ (which is very important) and how creating a compelling reason is vital to making changes last.

Check our Workshop timetable for more details, dates to be confirmed.

Weight Off Workshops

We are hosting a series of Weight Off Workshops on behalf of Mid Sussex Wellbeing starting on 24th January 2021. This virtual course aim to support people towards a sustainable lifestyle change by motivating them to make positive food choices, increase activity (participants will have access to up to 6 free online exercise classes) and consider practical ways to create and sustain healthy eating habits.

For more information through Mid Sussex Wellbeing, please follow this link:

Struggling with back pain? Take back control!

Join Osteopath Adam on a one to one Lower Back Pain Workshop!

Starting 7th July 2020, this course will run over 5 sessions offering a comprehensive look at how back pain affects you . Each session looks at a different aspect of back pain including your experience of it, how back pain affects your body and your daily life. It will give you specific tools to help you unwind these effects and take back control.

To book just click on the ‘BOOK NOW’ button below and go to the Workshop Tab. Once registered, you can book your course for the discounted price of £250 (usually £300), if you book before 1st July 2020!

If you want to know more before signing up you can book a 15 minutes consultation with Adam for just £1! Just go to the Appointments tabs and select a time to book your session.

About Adam Fiske

Adam Fiske is the Owner and Principal Osteopath of Mid Sussex Osteopaths based in Haywards Heath. This is a multi-therapy practice offering osteopathy, acupuncture and podiatry.

Adam Fiske is the Owner and Principal Osteopath of Mid Sussex Osteopaths based in Haywards Heath. This is a multi-therapy practice offering osteopathy, acupuncture and podiatry.

He has also taught at the British School of Osteopathy as a clinic tutor and worked at the University of Brighton undertaking research into osteopathy. He is currently a member of the Investigating Committee of the profession’s regulator, the General Osteopathic Council. As well as running a Low Back Pain Management course, he also runs a Wellbeing program for the employees and trustees of Borough Market in London.

His practice is built on an ethos of transitioning patients from treatment to activity and movement for their long term health and wellbeing. His extensive experience has led him to a broad approach to low back pain in which patient education, self management and wellness are as crucial to recovery as hands-on treatment is.